Local News & Archive — May 12, 2017 at 4:02 pm — Updated: May 12, 2017 at 4:03 pm

Tracy Kearns search extends to Towyn


Family photo / North Wales Police

The search for missing Kinmel Bay woman Tracy Kearns has been extended to Towyn.

Police say specialist teams are concentrating on the area around the Tir Prince complex and will continue their work into the weekend if necessary. Patrols have also been stepped up around the mother-of-two’s home on Cader Avenue.

A 48 year-old man from Kinmel Bay is still being held on suspicion of murder. He is known to Miss Kearns, who was last seen at the Sandy Cove club on Foryd Road at around 8pm last Sunday evening.

Superintendent Sian Beck from North Wales Police said: ”We are still trying to find Tracy. Officers are carrying out house to house enquiries, speaking to local people who may have information, and we will continue with these alongside the specialist searches focused on land alongside Tir Prince. We are continuing to appeal to anyone who has any information about Tracy’s movements after 8pm on Sunday 7th May 2017 to urgently contact us.”

Miss Kearns (43) is believed to have returned to her home on Cader Avenue after working on Sunday. Her last known contact was a message sent to a friend later that evening. The alarm was raised by her mother on Wednesday when she failed to meet up with a friend.

She is 5’3” tall with sandy shoulder length hair and speaks with a north west of England accent. Her disappearance was described as ”completely out of character”  and her family is being supported by specialist liaison officers.

Anyone with information about Miss Kearns’ disappearance should call 101, quoting reference no. V066820.

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